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Wednesday, March 31, 2021

PAS Has Chosen BOTH Umno And PPBM

 

PAS wants to continue with both Umno and PPBM. PAS will not break from Umno and PPBM. But if Umno wants to break from PAS, then PAS can do nothing about it — just like what happened in 2001 and 2015 when DAP broke from PAS.

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Raja Petra Kamarudin

Umno wants PAS to choose — Umno or PPBM (or Muafakat Nasional or Perikatan Nasional). Yesterday, PAS President Abdul Hadi Awang met up with PPBM President Muhyiddin Yassin and they agreed that PAS and PPBM will work together to face GE15.

PAS has not chosen PPBM over Umno. PAS chooses both PPBM and Umno. If, however, Umno cannot accept this, PAS will leave it to Umno to decide what they want to do. If Umno decides it wants to break from PAS, then this is Umno’s decision. PAS will not break from Umno but Umno can break from PAS if it wants to do so.

PAS has no problem with Umno

PAS has a history of always being loyal to its partners. When Anwar Ibrahim persuaded the PAS President, Ustaz Fadzil Muhammad Noor, for PAS to join PKR, DAP and PRM to form Barisan Alternatif in 1999, Ustaz Fadzil agreed purely out of friendship (both Anwar and Ustaz Fadzil were ABIM leaders).

PAS knew DAP was anti-Islam, but PAS also knew that the opposition needed a viable coalition if it wanted to beat Barisan Nasional. Without a coalition, Barisan Nasional would be impossible to beat.

So, PAS set aside its differences and tolerated DAP’s anti-Islam stance for the sake of an opposition coalition.

To satisfy DAP and its Chinese supporters, PAS even inserted an advertisement in The Star declaring that in the event Barisan Alternatif wins the general election and forms the federal government, PAS will not push for Hudud laws to be implemented or for Malaysia to be turned into an Islamic State.

There you go. PAS bent over backwards to make DAP happy for the sake of an opposition coalition that would be strong enough to take on Barisan Nasional.

PAS was even able to work with DAP for the sake of a viable coalition

But then Lim Kit Siang and Karpal Singh lost their seats in the 1999 general election because the Chinese voters in Penang were not happy that DAP was in bed with PAS. So, in 2001, DAP left Barisan Alternatif on the excuse of its irreconcilable differences with PAS.

Yes, PAS did not divorce DAP in spite of DAP’s attacks on the Terengganu Sharia laws. It was DAP who broke from PAS and who left Barisan Alternatif.

Seven years later in 2008, when DAP, again, joined the opposition coalition, this time called Pakatan Rakyat, PAS accepted DAP with open arms. PAS just swept under the carpet all the insults DAP had made against PAS from 2001 to 2008. PAS closed its ears to DAP’s attacks on Islam and the Sharia.

PAS was more interested in seeing the opposition coalition succeed. So, PAS forgave DAP for all its attacks on PAS, Islam, the Sharia and Hudud. PAS forgave DAP for all its sins for the sake of the success of Pakatan Rakyat.

Umno cannot stand being number two even though it lost GE14

Then, another seven years later in 2015, DAP again betrayed PAS. DAP broke with PAS and closed down Pakatan Rakyat. DAP also financed the anti-Sharia group in PAS to leave the party en bloc to form a new rival Islamic party, Amanah.

Yet, again, PAS stayed loyal to DAP. It was DAP, for the second time, who stabbed PAS in the back.

That is how PAS treats its partners. DAP may be non-Malay. DAP may be anti-Islam. DAP may be anti-Sharia. DAP may be anti-Hudud. DAP may be pro-Secular State. DAP may be anti-Islamic State. But PAS stayed loyal to DAP for the sake of the coalition.

If that is how PAS treats its coalition partners even when it is non-Malay, anti-PAS, anti-Islam, anti-Sharia, anti-Hudud, and so on, why would PAS not treat a fellow Malay-Islamic party better?

PAS wants to continue with both Umno and PPBM. PAS will not break from Umno and PPBM. But if Umno wants to break from PAS, then PAS can do nothing about it — just like what happened in 2001 and 2015 when DAP broke from PAS.

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